The Manhasset Community Fund provides vital annual support to Adventures in Learning, a Manhasset not-for-profit that provides free after school care, homework assistance and social and cultural enrichment to low income, at risk elementary school students. [Read more...]
A$1,500 music scholarship is available to Nassau County high school seniors through fundraising efforts by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock in Manhasset.
The Edward Miller Memorial Scholarship was founded by the Music Committee of UUCSR in September, 2004 to honor the memory of Edward Miller, former teacher at East Rockaway High School and Music Director at the Congregation. [Read more...]
Nassau County Legislature voted unanimously to repeal the School Zone Speed Camera Program.
The cameras, which were introduced this past August, issue an automatic $80 traffic ticket (plus additional fees) to any vehicle exceeding the posted limit within a 10 mph buffer, during school hours. According to officials, more than 400,000 tickets were issued since September, garnering $32 million in revenue for the county. [Read more...]
iManhasset’s proposed calendar for 2015-16 also reflects students starting their first day of classes before Labor Day on Tuesday September 1. [Read more...]
As part of the SCA tradition, the annual luncheon was held on November 19th at North Hills Country Club. [Read more...]
Parents of children who will be 5 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2015 and who live within the boundaries of the Manhasset Public Schools may register their children on the following dates at both Munsey Park and Shelter Rock Elementary Schools. [Read more...]
Recently, Adventures in Learning’s after-school students were buzzing with excitement in eager anticipation of a special arrival from the North Pole. With an impetus from Santa, quietly behind the scenes local community members and organizations dropped off gifts for the children that were later given to them at Adventures’ annual holiday party. [Read more...]
The Manhasset Board of Education will unveil its new school district website at 7 p.m. in the Secondary School Board Room.’s Click on this link to view the rest of the evening’s agenda www.manhasset.k12.ny.us/board.cfm?subpage=23351 or http://bit.ly/1wIj8CC
Manhasset Fall 2015 Kindergarten Registration
Parents of children who will be 5 years old on or before Dec. 1, 2015 and who live within the boundaries of the Manhasset Public Schools may register their children on the following dates at both Munsey Park and Shelter Rock Elementary Schools.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, January 29, 2015, 4 to 6 p.m.
It is necessary to make an appointment to register your child. Please call your respective school to make an appointment: Munsey Park School – 267-7405 or Shelter Rock School 267-7450
Parents are asked to pick up a Manhasset Public Schools Registration Packet at the Main Office of the school that your child will attend prior to your registration appointment. Please refer to the Manhasset School Board Policies listed below for important information on registration requirements and attendance zone boundaries.
- Manhasset School Board Policy 5151, Admission of Resident Students and Regulation http://www.manhasset.k12.ny.us/policies.cfm?pid=251&searchwords=
- Manhasset School Board Policy 5151R, Admission of Resident Students, Regulation http://www.manhasset.k12.ny.us/policies.cfm?pid=582®ulationInfo=0.053477465963
- Manhasset School Board Policy 5120, Attendance Boundaries, can be found at http://www.manhasset.k12.ny.us/policies.cfm?pid=247
It is very important for placement that all kindergarten registration is processed on the above-mentioned dates so that the school district may get an accurate estimate of the enrollment for the incoming kindergarten classes.
North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth attended the St. Mary’s High School President’s Reception celebrating the Performing Arts Program and the Josephine Foundation on November 22nd. Supervisor Bosworth had the opportunity to meet with the school’s Gaels Parents Association and with several members of the administration prior to the Performing Arts Program’s performance of “Grease.” Proceeds for the play benefitted The Josephine Foundation, a charity established in 2002 to honor and remember Josephine Koslosky, a woman who believed that by using arts and sports programs, young people and adults can reach for their dreams regardless of their background and financial status.